At FSP we believe that our Corporate Social Responsibility programme should be a significant and…
The popularity of short-term and holiday lets has continued to grow in recent years, which…
Vicky McDonald, a senior associate in our commercial property team with a specialism in planning law, gives an overview of the permitted development rights that allow the installation of electric vehicle charging outlets in England.
Senior Associate, Madeleine Young, takes a look at the recent decision in X v Y and more generally the impact of the use of electronic documents in family proceedings.
Madeleine Young, a Senior Associate in the Family & Matrimonial team summarises the approach taken by the family court when dealing with dividing pensions on divorce
The Register of Overseas Entities has gone live.
Lauren Walker, an Associate in our Real Estate Team, looks at the upcoming changes that will effect Energy Performance Certificates.
Lauren Walker, an Associate in our Real Estate Team, explains what an Energy Performance Certificate is and when one is required.
The Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 came into force on 30 June 2022, limiting the ground rent chargeable on most new long residential leases to one peppercorn a year.
First decision following the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, awarding damages for the replacement of the cladding system.
New legislation requires overseas entities owning property in the UK to register at Companies House.
The Government announced last week (on 14th February 2022) a proposed change to its Building Safety Bill, allowing a Government Minister to stop a named developer from doing development. This would be with no recourse for appeal or compensation, even where planning permission has been granted.
Farm Land – proprietary estoppel claim fails at the first hurdle.